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    He projects the paint out of his eyes onto the canavs, real quick like. I've seen him do it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by loomer
    Is there anyway this vehicle can attach to Tiffany's flying submarine?
    attach?
    they COMBINE!
    to form the most awesomest force the illustration world has ever seen!
    erradicating bad art everywhere!!!


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    Oh!! God!! Lolol!!

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    Can anyone tell me where there might be a parking garage near the Society that won't cause me to have to mortgage my house to pay for parking for a couple hours? If there aren't any, does anyone have any suggestions on the best way to get to 63rd when coming in from outside the city. (The subway would not be my first choice.) Any chance of street parking on a Saturday in April???

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    Hi Hylandr2,

    There is parking right next door, but it does cost a fortune. I think there is another lot a block east that most people use.

    I'm not sure about parking on the street, I bet the further east you go, the better your chances.

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    hylandr- your best bet would be to park on 1st ave. You'll have to walk a bunch of block but the further east or west you go the cheaper it gets.. You may even find parking... I dunno.. Most likely there would be meter parking though...

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    a bunch of people are coming up from Pennsylvania via bus. you'll still have to use the subways when in the city but its not that bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hylandr2
    (The subway would not be my first choice.)
    Why not?


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    Thanks all. I have to drop the wife on 5th avenue first (really really large mistake....). Then I will head over to 63rd and try to park farther from the park. I shoulda took the bus, but isn't Port Authority on 42nd? 21 blocks or the train. Hmmmm.... Either way, I'm sure the wife will cost me more than the parking...much much more... LOL

    Elwell, I'm not a big fan of the NYC subway. I rode it once from 53rd to ground zero and back. It wasn't the best time I've ever had. Nothing personal to all you New Yorkers, just a personal preference.

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    Eeeesh, any tickets left? Finally got my tax return and I can totally afford to go! This is the closest I'll get to the Montreal Workshop this year it seems...

    Edit: Nevermind... so totally sold out. ;__; If anyone's date cancels on them, there's a little freelancer in Boston who will buy a ticket from you... *smacks self for waiting too long*

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    Man... wish I could go to this event!! My schedule won't allow it though. Hey DS, Are you part of the Massive Black workshop coming to Montreal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hylandr2
    Can anyone tell me where there might be a parking garage near the Society
    Hey Guys,

    I just realized that the Society's contact page has a number of parking lots and hotels listed. (The site is in the process of an overhaul, so I'm not too up on what's on it.)

    http://societyillustrators.org/about/contact.cms

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    You may even find parking... I dunno
    I was in a car that found parking once it that part of town. It was amazing

    and who's taking the bus up from PA? Are we talking Chinatown bus from Philly?

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    I read of all those art shows in NY and feel a bit excluded from all these things going on, most of all I feel sad I'm missing the chance to know some of my fellow artists. I was in NY last year and went to Metropolitan Museum (the Society's museum was being restructured and was closed), it was a great experience, even if I was disappointed seeing all those great american illustrators paintings lying downstairs almost piled up. That impressed me very much, There were amazing paintings that could be hardly seen 'cause they were leaning just 5 inches from the ground. I clearly felt that too many american painters at the Metropolitan don't have enough consideration compared with the europeans.

    There's a lot of fine art you talk about I will see in my next trip to US, meanwhile I can console myself thinking of all the art shows and museums I've seen during last months in my country, Italy, and all around Europe, here is some I wanted to share with you guys! Paintings from Boldini, De Nittis and Segantini, enjoy them !:









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    Quote Originally Posted by -Max Bertolini-


    im not 100%, but i think that both of these are part of american collections.
    looks like you lucked out, they are beauts!

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    Any recommendations on affordable and accessible lodging over the weekend for the event?? Please lemme know, I'm running out of options .

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    Yeah we're coming down from Toronto and dont know our way around. Wed like to know of any decent affordable hotels near The Society when we come down friday night and then leave sunday. Point us in the right direction please!

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    Your best bet may be to look at a "Lets Go" guide to NY. "Lets Go" are travel books that cater to students and others traveling on a budget. Sadly, though, NY is never easy on the pockets.

    I haven't been to the Lonley Planet website in ages, but when I travel I tend to hang out there for a while. See if their forums have a NY section that you can do some reasearch in.

    The Society has a few sugestions on their website (see my post above) but they may not be the most economical.

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    Honestly, if budget is an issue and you have a car, you may want to consider leaving the city, crossing the George Washington Bridge or the Lincoln tunnel and get a hotel in New Jersey.

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    Someone on TheISpot has 1 ticket that they will give to someone free if that person writes their congressman about the Orphan Works Amendment.
    For details, go to:
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    It should be within the last few posts.

    (Sorry, I can't post a link - technical difficulties.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irene Gallo
    Someone on TheISpot has 1 ticket that they will give to someone free if that person writes their congressman about the Orphan Works Amendment.
    For details, go to:
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    It should be within the last few posts.

    (Sorry, I can't post a link - technical difficulties.)

    Argh, I think I saw this too late. They already took that post down. Are there any other tickets available? I called in Feb and so I'm already on the waitlist, but I was told not to hold my breath.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleeperservice
    Are there any other tickets available? I called in Feb and so I'm already on the waitlist, but I was told not to hold my breath.
    Sorry. I have asked that people let us know if they need to cancel, but so far no one has. If it happens, we'll be sure to post it here.

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    if anyone is technically savy and has the equipment to set up a web cast of the event, might be able to help bring this to the masses

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    amish- thats a great idea..... not too difficult if you have the right equiptment. Laptop, Video camera, HS internet connection and a mic.

    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    I wish somebody could make a dvd from it.... I'd shell out some bucks for that!

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    we'll have some one filming it,
    and it will be available.
    (possibly for a donation toward next years scholarship)

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    are you guys having one person at each station?

    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    Quote Originally Posted by vigostar
    are you guys having one person at each station?
    nope, 2 guys working the whole event.
    nothing fancy.

    but quite honestly, 4 hours is a lot of time.
    you arent going to miss a whole lot if you go back and forth between artists.

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    Very excited about the trip out there. There is so much to see and so little time. AOL, Dashesh, the Met, Society of Illustrators... too much for my short trip, I am going to have to make another trip soon. Can't wait to see all the CA'ers (and get a CA Friendly badge! ). I just got back from an art study trip in France, I could get used to this.

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    I just realized that the Fenners posted a couple of pictures from last year's Art Out Loud:
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